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The Forbidden Planet blog reviews the latest edition of the 2000 AD fanzine, Zarjaz #12 and concludes:

I have no idea how Zarjaz squares this with Rebellion, since for all intents and purposes this is an issue of 2000AD, using all the familiar names and faces, just not necessarily paying much attention to established 2000AD continuity. But on the basis of this issue, I’m glad Rebellion are okay with Zarjaz, since it’s a really entertaining comic – very professionally done, great printing, and, as I’ve hopefully conveyed, there’s at least a couple of strips that would actually feel right in the pages of 2000AD itself.
Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give Zarjaz is that, after finishing this issue, not only do I fancy reading some more, I’m rather tempted to start picking up 2000AD weekly.
You can buy Zarjaz 12 at the FutureQuake Shop.

The Forbidden Planet blog reviews the latest edition of the 2000 AD fanzine, Zarjaz #12 and concludes:

I have no idea how Zarjaz squares this with Rebellion, since for all intents and purposes this is an issue of 2000AD, using all the familiar names and faces, just not necessarily paying much attention to established 2000AD continuity. But on the basis of this issue, I’m glad Rebellion are okay with Zarjaz, since it’s a really entertaining comic – very professionally done, great printing, and, as I’ve hopefully conveyed, there’s at least a couple of strips that would actually feel right in the pages of 2000AD itself.

Perhaps the greatest compliment I can give Zarjaz is that, after finishing this issue, not only do I fancy reading some more, I’m rather tempted to start picking up 2000AD weekly.

You can buy Zarjaz 12 at the FutureQuake Shop.

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